Flymo Garden Appliance Capacitor for Electric Wheeled Mowers

Stock Number: ES931886

Manufactured by Flymo

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Rated 4.9 out of 5 (32 customer reviews)

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Description

Keep your garden machine working with optimum performance with this replacement Capacitor.

Genuine Flymo spare part for select lawnmowers, lawnrakes, strimmers and Power Hoes. Please check that this is the right part for your model by checking the list of appliances before purchase.

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Rated 4.9 out of 5 (32 customer reviews)
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    By - West Cornwall

    Spare for my flymo. Fitted in a couple of minutes. Fantastic price. No more to say really. My first choice for spares.
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    By - Birmingham

    Received this within a couple of days after ordering it,then fitted it within five minutes,cant say better than that,job done. Was very pleased with the price value for money. Would recommend them to anyone.Very satisfied would deal with them again.
  • Easy

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    By - North West

    This was the easiest spare part I have replaced. The two wires go into the 2 holes above the coloured wires of the mower, and the part is then bent back on the switch.

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  • Q how to fit 2 Answers

    will the capacitor just push into the switch as i can`t get the old one out thanks

    By eddyjack - northeast england - 23 April 2010

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      Espares were of no help so for the benift of others the live feed in goes in the holes where the screwa are, wires from switch out to the bottom holes and capscitor into the top holes on the same side. Simples.

      By morrisa - Larbert, Scotland. - 01 July 2011

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      We cannot give out technical advice unfortunately. Please contact a technician for help with this question.

      By eSparesMalindi eSpares Staff - 21 June 2010

  • Q have aflymo compact 300 wont run checked continuity of cable to motor brushes ok no smell of burning 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - cumbria - 06 April 2012

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      Hi, Have you checked the main switch on the handle - they are very vulnerable to water ingress and then seize up. Has it been rained on ??

      By Hampshire Hog - Havant - 07 June 2012

  • Q Wiring Information. 1 Answer

    I have bought a new switch and capacitor for a Flymo Vision Compact 350 but there is no wiring diagram.I need to know the postion of the capacitor and switch wiring?

    By morrisa - Larbert, Scotland. - 01 July 2011

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      the capacitor is there to build up a charge to supply a direct current pulse to the motor to start it spinning .the alternating mains current then keeps it spinning without the capacitor the motor will make a buzzing noise but wont start .i suggest you open the switch housing inthe centre of the handle and study the old wiring -take a photo or make a sketch i think you will find the capacitor in that assembly but i have not needed to explore that one yet

      By bernie - stanford le hope essex - 12 November 2011

  • Q flymo micro lite motor running slow and overheating all is clean and free running what is the cause 1 Answer

    By johnh1935 - 26 June 2011

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      i would suspect motor windings shorting between windings effectively reducing the number of windings and allowing more current to pass as fewer windings have less resistance -the excess current will produce more heat and the slower revolutions less cooling so motor will overheat and burn out the probable cause is that at some stage the microlite has been overloaded and caused motor to run hot causing a partial burning of windings insulation which is only a form of shellac covering on the wires

      By bernie - stanford le hope essex - 12 November 2011